Each player will instruct at DAJ/Bruins Alumni Camps in Walpole at the Rodman Arena and in Kingston at the BOG Ice Arena. Information on both camps can be found at DAJHockey.com
From 2009-13, Llanes racked up 102 points on 41 goals and 61 assists for Northeastern University. She helped the Huskies capture back-to-back Women's Beanpot titles in 2012-13, as well as the Hockey East regular season championship in 2011-12.
Llanes ranks third in Northeastern history with 139 career games played, while her 61 assists rank 18th all-time in the program record book. She has has 3, goals, 4 assists and 7 points for the Pride this season.
An outstanding student-athlete, Dempsey enjoyed a stellar four-year career with The Harvard Crimson before joining the pro ranks with the CWHL's Boston Blades in 2013-14. She led all rookies in scoring that year and was named CWHL Rookie of the Year. The following year she (and Llanes) helped the Blades to the CWHL championship.
Dempsey also played for the United States National Team at the Four Nation's Cup in 2011.
She has 5 goals and 4 assists in 13 Pride games this season. She was a popular member of the DAJ Hockey coaching team at their recent camps in December.
Dempsey and Llanes will join Jensen, Glen Featherstone and numerous other Bruins Alumni at the camps.
Information on Walpole Camp
Information on Kingston Camp